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Pronounced Toe-Nay by Tonex

Album

Pronounced Toe-Nay

Tonex

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Album

Pronounced Toe-Nay

Tonex

Play on Napster
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Label: Verity Records
Tonéx masters multiple genres, mellowing you to a puddle with traces of Miles Davis and Prince and doing that NPG thang so smoothly ("Trinity," "Why," "Waiting") over choir-loft R&B, hip-hop and revival funk. An underground fave since 1997, this album was still ahead of the Christian market when re-released in 2000. And no, "Personal Jesus" is not a Depeche Mode cover.

About This Album

Tonéx masters multiple genres, mellowing you to a puddle with traces of Miles Davis and Prince and doing that NPG thang so smoothly ("Trinity," "Why," "Waiting") over choir-loft R&B, hip-hop and revival funk. An underground fave since 1997, this album was still ahead of the Christian market when re-released in 2000. And no, "Personal Jesus" is not a Depeche Mode cover.

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About This Album

Tonéx masters multiple genres, mellowing you to a puddle with traces of Miles Davis and Prince and doing that NPG thang so smoothly ("Trinity," "Why," "Waiting") over choir-loft R&B, hip-hop and revival funk. An underground fave since 1997, this album was still ahead of the Christian market when re-released in 2000. And no, "Personal Jesus" is not a Depeche Mode cover.